Participation in the unique opportunities of the Honors Program helps prepare you for the next phase in your life, whether it's graduate or professional school or full-time employment. Read More…
The honors curriculum serves as the foundation for the program, but our Honors point system also encourages students to participate in research, creative work, and self-development activities. Read More…
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1: EDGE Leadership- Your Leadership Style
6: All-Honors Gathering
8: Cardinal Preview Day
13: Priority Registration for Spring Classes
14: SA Food Bank Volunteering
15: EDGE: Etiquette Dinner
17: Careers a la Carte: Health Profession Focus
20: Colloquium #4-Financial Literacy
30: Honors Holiday Potluck with Faculty
11: Finals Begin
15: Peer Mentor Brunch Last Day of Fall Semester
The Honors Program is proud to say that we are going on ten years now. To celebrate we are planning several social events to bring alumni back, and adding special touches to each of our standard events. Find out more at our event calendar.
Honors senior Thao Nguyen, graphic design major, designed our wonderful anniversary logo.
Original art is for sale through the "Donate to Honors" button on this page and at our annual Arts & Music Festival, happening October 26 this year. UIW students have created a variety of prints, paintings, and jewelry for your enjoyment or to make as gifts. Purchasers can pick up their pieces from the UIW Honors office on campus or have them shipped. More art is available for view at the Arts & Music Festival Facebook page.